Rent-a-Mob Jihadis Tormenting Christian Minority in Syria

Mark Field of the UK Independent writes about the forced expulsion of Christians from Syria – one of the oldest Christian communities in the world.

Yet for the two million plus Syrian followers of Christ, whose lineage goes back 2000 years to St Paul’s proselytising in the first century AD, these are especially desperate times. Ethnic cleansing is an ugly phrase, but that’s just what is going on right now for Christians in Syria. The unspeakable truth now is that the sizeable Christian communities in war-torn Syria are at greater threat of ethnic cleansing from their ancestral homes than has been the case for generations – often at the hands of the self-styled freedom fighters so feted by the Western press.

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Author: Stand For Israel | October 15, 2012
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  • Harvey
    October 17, 2012
    8:49 pm

    Christians should get to the bottom ofwhy when Muslims arre perecutingand killing them certain “main stream” Christians side with Muslims when Muslims oppose Israel. Is it because they are so Anti-Semtic that opposing Jews is more important than aiding their fellow Christians. There is no doubt in my mind as to what the answer is. Presbyterians, take note.

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  • thomas
    October 16, 2012
    12:39 pm

    its a tetrrible long list were brothers and sisters in CHRIST are beaten hard-oh yes lets bless them and pray AMEN!!!

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  • Victoria
    October 16, 2012
    12:58 am

    The persecution of Judeo-Christians from Syria is completing the removal of the Biblical Word of God, it says “good-bye Old Testament!”, since I don’t think that any Jews live in Syria, thus keeping the Word of God alive in such a spiritual dead land today. Now the country is left as “a house divided against itself”, and as Jesus said “it cannot stand”. EVER. Good bye Syria! Where can these outcast Christians go? Would Israel, the birthplace of Christianity, absorb them? May Messiah come soon and establish His reign of Peace. AMEN.

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    • Irma
      October 17, 2012
      8:42 am

      The world is insisting the “intransigent” Israelis MUST relocate 500,000 Jews from West Bank and Jerusalem to make way for a Palestinian terrorist)state so where are any “infidels” to go?

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  • Orlando
    October 15, 2012
    7:07 pm

    Read the Beatitudes in Mathew chapter 5. (you will find Christ saying blessed are you when you are prosecuted because of me)

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  • Donald
    October 15, 2012
    4:20 pm

    Trust in The Lord. We have not experienced this threat in the US yet, but we may very soon. Our thoughts and prayers are with those who are suffering on account of their Savior. He IS coming soon.

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  • sandra
    October 15, 2012
    3:22 pm

    This is both sad and unfortunate. Scripture tells us in the last days that Christians will be persecuted. God will unleash his mighty power and protect his people. God will unleash his wrath upon the evil, hating muslims. Trust God !

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  • Johanna
    October 15, 2012
    2:48 pm

    An eye for an eye.

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    • Trish
      October 15, 2012
      4:34 pm

      That is NOT what an “eye for an eye” means! It means the victim is owed equal value for their loss, always given in monetary recompense, NEVER retaliation of the same injury/loss! This comes from the Torah, and was meant to teach responsibility for one’s action. Not applicable here, although I have seen this misinterpretated many times. Please, when stating this law, use it appropriately. No offense, it’s just one of my “pet peeves”.

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  • Mary
    October 15, 2012
    12:23 pm

    Unfortunately, it is part of the end times. No matter what is done to try to stop or deter those who do the unspeakable act of ethnic cleansing it is one of the things which is happening because Christians, no matter where they live, will be given a choice as times go on whether to accept Islam or stay strong with Christ.

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  • Bill and Janice
    October 15, 2012
    12:12 pm

    It’s a known fact that CHRISTians will be
    more and more persecuted as the end times get nearer. All we can do is hang in there and not give up along with supporting our brothers
    and sisters around the world.

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